The 11-acre, 7,000-square-foot Lasata property in East Hampton, N.Y., where Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis‘s family summered when she was growing up, has changed hands.
Built in 1917, the home was pending sale in November, and Douglas Elliman confirms that the deal has closed. While the exact sale price has not been disclosed, the last asking price was $30 million. A 4-acre parcel of the original estate was sold to a different buyer for $11.25 million.
The two-story building has 10 bedrooms, 10 full baths, and two half baths. Updated and renovated by its current owners, the entry features a standout herringbone-patterned wood floor, a sunroom which looks out to the garden, and a master suite with a sitting area and fireplace.
The house was used a summer retreat for the Bouvier family throughout the 1920s, was designed by acclaimed architect Arthur C Jackson and built in 1917.
The beautiful residence was an important part of Jackie’s childhood. She wrote a poem as a 10-year-old on her longing for days by the coast.
Fashion designer Reed Krakoff and his wife, Delphine Krakoff, purchased the estate in 2007 for $25 million from Jackie’s daughter Caroline Kennedy and her husband, Edwin Schlossberg, and embarked on a major renovation. The couple now apparently spend more time in their Connecticut digs.